Featured Photo: Early Morning Alien Crash – Lorraine Richey
A Group Exhibition by
The Inner Light Photographic Society
October 5 – November 19, 2021
Opening Reception Tuesday, October 5th, 5 – 8 pm
Look Up! at the Walters Cultural Arts Center is open:
- Monday through Friday from 9 am – 4 pm.
- First Tuesday Art Walks: 5 – 8 p.m. October 5th and November 2nd
The Walters Cultural Arts Center
527 E. Main St., Hillsboro OR
Kicking off the Arts Month festivities on Tuesday, October 5th, a new photography exhibition by the Inner Light Photographic Society will be featured at the Walters. The Look Up! exhibition is in essence about seeing. Historically, photography was considered a trick, or sorcery. However, we have come a long way since the first photograph of 1825. Unlike then, almost everyone today has some type of camera. Selfies, snapshots, and temporary imagery has presented opportunities to see the world through diverse eyes. And even though we can all take photos; it takes a specific act to see what is beyond the lens, capture intention, emotion, and feeling of any given moment. Individual Inner Light members have unique ways of seeing, reflected in diverse imagery and media and a wide range of photographic styles. Focusing on ‘looking up’ rather than focusing down or inward on viewing devices like cell phones, artists have captured unique moments around the world.
Painting Exhibition at NCRD Gallery
Nehalem, September 2-30, 2021
Artist Reception: September 11, 1-3 pm
NCRD Gallery 36155 9th Street, Nehalem, Oregon.
“Pushing the Dream” is a collaborative exhibition of paintings and drawings at the North County Recreation District (NCRD) Gallery located at 36155 9th Street, Nehalem, Oregon. The show will enchant and enlighten all ages from September 2-30, 2021. Stop by the Gallery Monday through Friday between 8:00am and 3:00pm. Social distancing and masks/face coverings will be required as per Oregon state mandate.
About the Artists:
The Cloistered Crones are back at NCRD, pushing the dream so you can see it! Come to the world as it should be; where sheep look at you as frankly as Manet’s Olympia, in which mythical beasts are your lovers, the gods your companions and spheres join the symphony in progress. We’re all in this together, come to see but leave inspired to co create a better world with us.
Christine Eagon welcomes the public to her art studio during the Astoria Open Studios Tour. Paintings and photographs will be for sale in her creative space during the self-guided tour event.
The tour includes 55 artists at 27 locations. Full-color printed tour guides may be picked up at the AVA Gallery, or at most galleries, coffee shops, and hotels in Astoria, mid-July.
An interactive map will be available online at astoriavisualarts.org.
July 24-25, 2021
11 am to 5 pm
Christine Eagon Studio
1425 7th St.
The Astoria Visual Arts Gallery will be hosting a group exhibition featuring artworks by AOST participants. The exhibit will open during Artwalk, Saturday, July 10 from 12-8 pm and will be up through August 8. The AVA Gallery is located at 1000 Duane and is open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 12-4.
This year 55 artists across Astoria open their studios to the general public for a self-guided adventure filled with art, great conversation, and new friends. Artists welcome the public into their studios – all ages and physical abilities – to let them see where, how, and why they make art. Artists share their artistic spaces, talk about techniques learned over years of practice, and the public gets to meet the makers and purchase artwork directly from the source.
Connections are made that will last a lifetime.
Our extremely popular community art show returns this Friday, March 5th. With Covid, politics, the awakening of attitudes about history, fairness, and equality, 2020 has been exceptionally challenging and a time of reflection. Thus, we chose a provocative two-color combination for 2021: Black and Blue for our fifth annual community color show. Nearly 60 artists will be participating this year, so please come out and support our local art community!
Black and Blue – Annual Community Art Exhibition – March 2021
Hoffman Gallery 2021 Color Show “Black and Blue”
March 5-28 | 1:00-5:00 pm
Hoffman Art Gallery | 594 Laneda Avenue | Manzanita
The Cloistered Crones Are Venturing Out!
Painting Exhibition at NCRD Gallery in Nehalem, September 2-30, 2020
Nehalem Oregon. “Practicing Magic” is a collaborative exhibition of paintings at the North County Recreation District (NCRD) Gallery located at 36155 9th Street, Nehalem, Oregon. The show will enchant and enlighten all ages from September 2-30, 2020. Stop by the Gallery Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. Social distancing and masks/face coverings will be required.
About the Artists:
Four working artists from the North Coast come together for this event. They’ve been conspiring for years, meeting beneath the full moons, and have filled their studios to capacity. The work explores myth, magic, and whimsy through portals, totems, botanicals, gods, and fairies.
The Nehalem Bay Artists Coalition (NBAC) will host a Winter Exhibition from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, through Sunday, Dec. 29 at the North County Recreation District (NCRD) Gallery. This new exhibition will feature 11 artists from the Nehalem Bay Artists Coalition, showing and selling arts from various mediums.
There will be an opening for the show from 3-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at the NCRD. There will be refreshments and people can meet and talk with the artists during this time.
Join us to celebrate the 7th edition the North Coast Squid Journal of Writing & Art at the Annual Squid Launch Party, Saturday, November 2nd at 7 pm at Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita.
The first edition of the North Coast Squid was published in 2012 and is now published by the Manzanita Writers’ Series. This literary magazine offers local writers and artists—as well as those who have a strong connection to the north Oregon coast—a way to share their work in print.
“Impressions from the Boathouse” Group Art Exhibition – August 17-October 3, 2019
GARIBALDI CULTURAL HERITAGE INITIATIVE HOSTS NEHALEM BAY ARTISTS COALITION GROUP ART EXHIBITION AT THE GARIBALDI HISTORIC U.S. COAST GUARD BOATHOUSE
August 10, 2019. Garibaldi, Oregon. The Historic U.S. Coast Guard Boathouse located at Pier’s End in Garibaldi will be hosting a new multi-media art exhibition in the guest artist exhibition space at the Historic U.S. Coast Guard Boathouse on Tillamook Bay, in Garibaldi – an iconic Oregon Coast heritage and tourist landmark.
The exhibition is a group show from eight different artists and members of the newly-formed Nehalem Bay Artists Coalition. Corinne Beuchet, Shaukya Dekker, Christine Eagon, Rick Hampton, Rebekah Lu, Janet Maher, Ahna Ortiz, and Reeva Wortel.
Circle Paintings by Christine Eagon runs June 22 through July 12th
My paintings are inspired by the night sky at the Garibaldi Historic US Coast Guard Boathouse.
The exhibition of 12 circle paintings opens on Saturday, June 22 at 12-4 pm. The boathouse is open weekends 12-4 pm. It is the only remaining historic US Coastguard Boathouse on the west coast.
Community artists combined to offer works that include words, phrases, or language to express emotions and ideas. Ceramics, painting, collage, and other art forms are included.
The Hoffman Gallery, 594 Laneda Ave, Manzanita, Oregon
Press – Tillamook County Pioneer
There are mermaids, sea dragons and unicorns at Garibaldi’s Maritime Museum. 112 Garibaldi Ave.
Garibaldi, Oregon 97118 –
August 2 through August 30, 2018.
The mythological creatures are just part of the “Fantasy” theme to an art show the museum is hosting through the end of August.
September 8 – October 12, 2017
Dot Dotson’s in Eugene, Oregon – 1668 Willamette St, Eugene, OR 97401
Christine Eagon shares selected images from two decades of combining art and travel. This exhibition features one of a kind Polaroid transfers, postal art, and photo-based paintings.
First Friday – Feb 5, 2016
Inner Light Photographic Society explores female archetypes @ Angst Gallery, Vancouver, WA
Inner Light was founded in 1986 by photographer Shedrich Williames (a friend and protege of Ruth Bernhard). Today, the group includes 22 photographers who work in a wide range of photographic styles and media, from classic black and white landscape to manipulated imagery, from street to semi-abstract photography, from alternative process dating back to the beginning of photography to the latest in digital imaging. All of the members of Inner Light are exhibited photographers, and the group shows together frequently. The Oregonian, in a review of one of the group’s shows commented: “what makes this diversely profiled group of photographers so fascinating (is) a range of appreciation of the silvery medium and a common search by its individual members for genuine expression.”
A wide range of creations from Northwest artists is on display for the month of December. Focusing on the stories we’ve told each other since the dawn of time – ancient, modern and personal mythologies are all represented.
Encaustic and photo-based paintings inspired by sacred spaces.
Artists: Anne Mavor and Christine Eagon
Artist Talk: Sunday, September 22, 9 am
Reception: Sunday, September 22, 11 am-1 pm
147 NW 19th Avenue, Portland, OR 97209
25 year anniversary of the Inner Light Photographic Society
Christine Eagon let a cat out of her camera bag, and photographed him visiting ancient standing stones, next to classic gargoyles, totem poles, frolicking amongst frogs, or relaxing on a Scrabble board in her studio. Felix the wonderful, wonderful cat’s travels with Christine started the summer of 1990 on a trip to England. The exhibition at Angst Gallery chronicles this creative photographer’s international travels with a small stuffed Felix, various camera formats using a variety of films and processes.